Social Security Office in Georgetown, TX(CLOSED)

You can reach Social Security Office in Georgetown, Texas at the following street address and contact number, as well as using directions below. Please, share your experience about visiting this office, provide a review using the form at the end of this page.

Address:

Location is CLOSED

104 Parkview Dr
78626, Georgetown, Texas

Phone: Local Number : 1-877-531-4699 National Toll-Free : 1-800-772-1213 TTY: 1-800-325-0778
Worktime: Monday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Except Federal Holidays
Directions: North Bound Traffic Take Exit 261a (andice/lake Georgetown, Sun City) Southbound Traffic Take Exit 262 (andice/lake Georgetown, Sun City) Go East To Austin Ave And Take A Left. Go To Parkview And Take A Right. (directions From I35)

Routes:
S Austin Ave2.1 mi - 5 mins
Georgetown, TX, USA
2.1 mi - 5 mins
1. Head north on S Main St toward E University Ave
200 ft
2. Take the 1st left onto W University Ave
322 ft
3. Take the 1st right onto S Austin Ave
1.9 mi
4. Turn right onto Parkview Dr
Destination will be on the right
256 ft
104 Parkview Dr78626, , Georgetown, Texas

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Bernadine Santos wrote on 15.11.2018 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

Sorry this is not really a review. I just arrived here in Texas from other country and applied for my Social Security Number last October 15.It is already a month now and I don't receive my SSN card yet. I keep on calling in your office and many thanks to all the personnel who are patiently answering my calls but unfortunately when they are trying to transfer me to the I guess supervisor, she is in the mail box so I never had a chance to talk to her and never get back to me as well. Until now I don't have my SSN and I don't know what really keeps holding it. Please advise accordingly.
Thank you so much!

jimmy wrote on 25.08.2017 and gave a rating 1 of 5:

closed for months and next city over said they will call as employees are working remote. they did not. go into the office sign says if you miss the number being called tough luck while they have no pa and have the chairs available are in the entrance doorway. 60% of parking is reserved for employees and about 8 spots for customers except on the street curb. Final joy took 3 hours to talk to someone.

Elizabeth L. Johnson wrote on 23.08.2017 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

Sorry, this is not really a review.
This is merely a question I'm asking in desperation w/a little bit of frustrated panic.
Unfortunately, a traumatic car accident gave me a severe head injury, broken neck, femur, other bones, left me comatose in ICU for weeks. Although many doctors told my loved ones and family that I may never come out of the coma; or if I did, would be cognitively challenged. I awoke from my coma, but had to spend almost two years in daily therapy re-learning to walk, talk, write, control my entire right side which was paralyzed. I worked w/such determination b/c I wanted to be able to work again!!!

One of the happiest days of my life was when I was offered a full time job at the same large computer firm I was working in the Marketing Organization of when I had the accident years before!! I continued my service there through buyouts and downsizing for another 13 years!

Sadly, by that time I was having to go into the hospital often due to extreme headaches along w/their debilitating side effects (throwing up, blacking out, lack of vision). When I was turned into an employee that could only work 2-3 months then had to take medical leave for the next month + and that became a pattern of repeatition getting even worse; well, my doctors finally said no more full-time work.

Since then I've been working as much as I can; but part time is all I've been able to do! I'm aware of how blessed I am to be alive; but am very limited by the physical deficits that are remaining. I had endless procedures and surgeries in attempt to help w/some of my neck, back, as well as head injuries; but there are somethings that are just a result which you learn to work around.

I've gone through this lengthy, detailed history of my tale, so that you might see I've always wanted to work and contribute to society regardless what "bad luck" happened to me.

My doctor put me on disability when he realized that I was ending up in the hospital so often in such a bad physical condition. It would usually take over a week to get me to a level healthy enough to leave. My doctor had the foresight to realize that there might be times in my future, that if I didn't have that small amount coming; I wouldn't be able to afford any healthcare, Rx, or basic food. I've worked my entire life (I even sold vegetables to help buy my first bike when I was a little girl!) . I'm very thankful to SSI to rec'v this back in a time of need such as this.

I rec'd a letter requesting me to fill out a multi-page form about my current health status w/a list of medications, surgeries, procedures, doctors visits, etc. The letter said that it needed to be rec'd back or my SSI Disability will be stopped!!

The first thing I did was go up to the Georgetown SS Administration Office on the following Monday after I rec'd the letter. I found out then that the website was incorrect when it said the G-town office was open Monday and Tuesday's. The office in Georgetown was closed due to the fact that mold had been discovered and major reconstruction had to be performed before it could reopen. When would be was unknown.

I'm completely dependent upon close friends or family for most of my transportation. I know that my dilemma isn't unusual for others w/chronic health issues. You can't get to that distance alone b/c you need someone w/you knows the specifics of your health condition and knows what to do if you have one of your "episodes/attacks" (whatever applies)
Now, with Georgetown still closed, the only option I have is to find a day that close friend or family can take me to Temple or Southwest Austin ... Each a few towns away in both North and South directions.

Could you please let me know any information that you might have on when they will be reopening?! Thank you.

Thank you also for reading this lengthy letter; I would go back and shorten it, but I have to go put ice on my head now! (Sorry can't stare at a screen that long wo/bringing a HA on; but after many phone call attempts, just had to try this!)

Thank you again. Looking forward to your reply,

Elizabeth L. Johnson

Stanley Roberts wrote on 25.08.2014 and gave a rating 1 of 5:

Your check in does not differentiate between starting ss benefits and people who have benefits and are applying for Medicare part B. So everyone goes to the same clerk who is not the Medicare specialist. She gave me the wrong form to apply for Part B. So I waited another hour and a half to see another clerk and finally gave up and left. There should be a way to sign up for Part B online to avoid this mess.

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